Posted On: 08/30/21 9:49 PM

The Pangos All-American Festival 4 took place this past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada, with four teams made up of some of the nation’s most talented players competing for a championship. In this piece we give our thoughts on how the Southern California based prospects performed.

Amaree Abram Amaree Abram 6'3" | PG Southern California Academy | 2022 #234 Nation , 2022, Southern California Academy - Abram is smart and crafty left-handed scoring guard who is effective playing out of ball screen action due to his ability to read the floor and change speeds and direction. Abram’s fundamental footwork and ability to create space from his defender allows him to survey the floor and find teammates for open shots.

Isaiah Elohim, 2024, Sierra Canyon - Elohim had a tremendous freshman season at Heritage Christian before transferring to Sierra Canyon this summer. The 6-foot-5 wing/guard has an advanced feel for the game on the offensive end. He can create for himself or teammates off the bounce, moves well without the ball and finds space to score inside or out. Elohim didn’t have his best statistical effort at this event, but there’s no doubt about the level of recruit he is and will be.

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